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  1. HI, recently I've transferred, something like 20 movies (.mkv files), from one computer to another and all of them, for sure, are damaged (skips in the movies, blurred image sometimes... but the sync is good).
    I tried to use some programs, like meteorite, video repair tool and none of them helped me
    Is there any other solution?
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    Try remux them. Add in mkvmergegui and make a new mkv. No reconversion.
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  3. HI, thanks for answer. I treid it, still the same
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    Originally Posted by DeathToIron View Post
    HI, recently I've transferred, something like 20 movies (.mkv files), from one computer to another and all of them, for sure, are damaged (skips in the movies, blurred image sometimes... but the sync is good).
    I tried to use some programs, like meteorite, video repair tool and none of them helped me
    Is there any other solution?
    Are you sure the original copies were fine?
    One of the ways I would try is to calculate the md5 of the files before and after.
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  5. The original copies were totally fine.
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    Have you tried different video players? like vlc media player, smplayer, potplayer. Just to check that it's not a player issue.


    And I'm moving you to our general video section. This is not a streaming problem.
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  7. I just now tried different video players... still the same
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    Trouble shooting starts with

    1: Media info ? ... without knowing the answer your not going to go far ... mkv yes, but what bitrate, scale, ect ... you need this first before going further.

    2: Computer specs of both systems involved ... find the weak links in hardware if any

    3: Original system ... what if any decoders / splitters are installed ... and are these also on the second system.

    3: What method was used in the transfer ... normally this rarely matters but is sometimes well overlooked ... there are some lame sync / transfer applications out there which transfer in X bytes per cycle which can cause this problem to appear after transfer.

    Collect these details and we'll be more likely to point you in the right direction as to the problem at hand.
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